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From Beyoncé to Alvvays, these are Annie Murphy from Schitt's Creek's top 5 love songs

"This playlist should not be played consecutively because it will bring you all over the map."

'This playlist should not be played consecutively because it will bring you all over the map'

Annie Murphy's Love Playlist (Larry Busacca/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images; Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Looking for the perfect romantic playlist? Annie Murphy has you covered. Whether you're in the mood for a romantic tearjerker (we hear you, Simon & Garfunkel!) or a twangy country love song, Murphy's playlist has the goods. Murphy, who plays Alexis Rose on Schitt's Creek, stopped by our CBC Arts studio to share her playlist and give us a little insight into the songs that make her heart flutter.

Watch the video:

Schitt's Creek's Annie Murphy lets us in on her romantic playlist 2:49

Annie Murphy and Dustin Milligan on Schitt's Creek (CBC)

Annie Murphy's top 5 love songs:

1. "The Very Thought of You" by Billie Holiday

"Her voice just takes my body and makes it one giant goosebump."

2. "Archie, Marry Me" by Alvvays

​"So, if you're feeling in love and like you want to sing loudly and with enthusiasm: Marry Me, Archie."

3. "Kathy's Song" by Simon & Garfunkel​

"This is one that I may or may not have looked out the window of a train at the world passing by and like, quietly sobbed to."

4. "Drunk in Love" by Beyoncé ft. JAY Z

"Listen to this song, run yourself a bubble bath and sing it to yourself if you're not in love with somebody. Just have that moment and be drunk in love with yourself.

5. "In Spite of Ourselves" by John Prine & Iris DeMent

"It's just two people doing their best and being themselves and being very deeply in love with each other despite all of their flaws."

Annie Murphy on Schitt's Creek (CBC)

​​Schitt's Creek airs on CBC TV Tuesdays at 9 p.m. (9:30 p.m. NT) and streams on CBC Gem.

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March Mercanti

As a young child, March Mercanti would play with his action figures for countless hours because he was obsessed with telling stories...to himself. Currently, March is a filmmaker living in Toronto, ON. He works at CBC Arts creating documentaries for artists across Canada.